The California GOP Needs To Change

The California GOP has elected its new leader and the first thing they chose to highlight was that she was a woman and a latina. This goes to show that They have learned absolutely nothing from the 2018 midterms. They keep trying to play the Democrat’s “identity politics” game and fail to realize nobody really cares about that nonsense anymore. The only things they accomplish … Continue reading The California GOP Needs To Change

Kamala Harris Skips Vote On California Disaster Relief To Campaign For President

Politico- When the Senate took contentious votes this week on a disaster aid package to help California rebuild after wildfires, Sen. Kamala Harris was in Sacramento — courting the support of labor unions for her presidential campaign. A day later, Harris was stumping in Nevada when she missed a Tuesday vote on the start of a Republican maneuver to speed up confirmation of President Donald Trump’s judicial … Continue reading Kamala Harris Skips Vote On California Disaster Relief To Campaign For President

LAPD: Crime Involving Homeless Increased By 50% In 2018

NBC Los Angeles- The Los Angeles Police Department said this month the number of crime reports that described people experiencing homelessness as either suspects or victims increased by more than 50-percent in 2018. Most notably, the number of rapes attributed to suspects described as homeless increased by 78 percent and the number of serious assaults attributed to suspects described as homeless increased by 56 percent, … Continue reading LAPD: Crime Involving Homeless Increased By 50% In 2018

Police Alliance Oppose California Use-Of-Force Bill

Mercury News- Last year, fueled by the fatal police shooting of an unarmed black man, Stephon Clark, in Sacramento, civil rights groups and state legislators got closer than they ever had to bringing a landmark use-of-force reform bill to the governor’s desk. This year they are trying again, with renewed momentum and confidence that they can push the legislation through. But police advocates, concerned about … Continue reading Police Alliance Oppose California Use-Of-Force Bill

Eric Garcetti Declares ‘Green New Deal’ In LA

Breitbart- Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti declared Monday that the city would abandon plans to rebuild three natural gas power plants, despite concerns that the city could face acute power shortages as a result. Instead, the city will look for energy from renewable sources, including wind and solar, he decided. Read More Continue reading Eric Garcetti Declares ‘Green New Deal’ In LA

California To File Lawsuit Over President Trump’s National Emergency

KTLA- California Attorney General Xavier Becerra is preparing to file a lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump’s national emergency declaration, Becerra told CNN’s Kate Bolduan Monday. “We should be filing sometime today,” Becerra said. “We’re going to try to halt the President from violating the Constitution, the separation of powers, from stealing money from Americans and states that has been allocated by Congress, lawfully.” Read More Continue reading California To File Lawsuit Over President Trump’s National Emergency

Los Angeles To Vote On Becoming A Sanctuary City

ABC 7- The Los Angeles City Council on Friday is set to vote on becoming a “sanctuary city,” which is mostly a symbolic move against President Donald Trump’s immigration policies. The distinction reinforces long-standing but unofficial policies that keep local police from serving as U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents and city employees from sharing people’s personal information with border control. Read More Continue reading Los Angeles To Vote On Becoming A Sanctuary City

Storms Leave 11K PG&E Customers Without Power

CBS Sacramento- Thousands of people are still in the dark Wednesday after losing power because of the recent storms. As of 2 p.m. Wednesday, there were still 11,000 people without power and 2,000 of those people in Sonora. Some affected PG&E customers may not have their power restored until Saturday because of looming weather conditions, a company spokesperson says. Read More Continue reading Storms Leave 11K PG&E Customers Without Power